Spring break feels like so long ago… On Thursday of break, I just hung around at home, and later that night, Tiff, Stef, Steph and I got to catch a preview premiere of The Last Song. My sister was very excited about that one, haha. On Friday, my mom and I drove up to Vallejo, and we went to Castello di Amorosa in Calistoga with Lily and Glorita. It was so pretty. We walked around, took a bunch of pictures, and tasted some delicious wine. I even bought myself a bottle of La Fantasia, which is one of the castle’s well-known dessert wines. So good.
Saturday, my sister and I visited Auntie, then just hung around at home. Later that night, Tiff and I hung out. Stonestown, Quickly, Burger King, 7-Eleven redbox, The Proposal, and Rustyboy pretty much sums up our night. Then Sunday, Steph and I went to Reality, went back home to eat, and I finished packing up and left to come back to SB.
So overall, my last spring break was a success. It was weird coming back for a new quarter since I had class the next day on Monday, when I had been used to fall and winter quarters where I didn’t start classes for the week til Tuesday. Yeah, I’m spoiled. And I’m even more spoiled this quarter, because even though I have to go to class on Mondays, I only have class Mondays and Wednesdays. It’s beautiful. Anyway, week one flew by. I was able to work kind of a lot since kiosk shifts won’t be assigned til tonight. It was so nice to be back at home group on Thursday after having missed two weeks in a row. Afterward, Stephen, Jake, Jess, and I hung out and played silly made-up games, and then a game of Chinese checkers. On Friday, Christine, Gaby, Ashley and I dyed and decorated eggs. Then the next day, we all hung around the apartment and watched Sleeping Beauty, Cinderella, and Beauty and the Beast. That was pretty great. Man, do I love Disney.
Now it’s a new week. Last night we had our first Bible study of the quarter. Our last first meeting together… I’m excited for this quarter because we’re going to be studying 1 & 2 Peter. Peter was a funny guy. And Danae and Jessica came, who we haven’t seen in a while, so that was nice. Today I had the morning shift at the kiosk, which kind of sucks since I have to wake up at 6 AM, but I also like it. Hopefully I can get a morning shift for this quarter. We’ll find out tonight. I love that my week two will end tomorrow, after my last class. So great. Steph’s on her way to visit me as I type. Very excited for that. Not sure what we’ll do yet, but there are definitely fun things in the future. Tomorrow is our “There-Is-No-Way-I-Am-Kissing-A-Frog-And-Eating-A-Bug-In-The-Same-Day” Day. Fun fun fun.
It’s funny how we still have a whole quarter left, but I know that it’s going to just fly by. Ugh; don’t really want to think about it, especially since I still don’t know what I’m going to do with my life. I don’t have a plan. Yesterday I rented My Life in Ruins. It was a pretty corny, predictable movie, but I liked it because it was with Nia Vardalos, who wrote and starred in My Big Fat Greek Wedding, which is still my favorite movie. Anyway, Nia’s character, Georgia, is living in Greece as a tour guide, and is lamenting to her bus driver, Poupi Kakas (har har), how she doesn’t have a plan for life. All he asks is, “How do you plan life?” I like that. I can’t plan my life; that’s just silly. So here we go, I suppose.